A child’s curiosity and natural desire to learn are like a tiny flame, easily extinguished unless it’s protected and given fuel. This book will help you as a parent both protect that flame of curiosity and supply it with the fuel necessary to make it burn bright throughout your child’s life. Let’s ignite our children’s natural love of learning!
August 24th, 2006
The Age of RFID
RFID chips seem to be all the rage as of late.
Some applications and uses of RFID:
- Track and monitor livestock
- Waterproof wrist bands
- Management of a food network
- Inventory control for retail store chains
And coming soon to a country near you:
- RFID tags in your passports (Better renew your passport before October 2006 if you don’t want Big Brother knowing even more about you!) (Thanks to an Orem, Utah company you can spend 20 bucks to inhibit the RFID chip)
- Implanted RFID chips in our military personnel
Indeed, Big Brother is coming in increasingly smaller packages and will begin to invade our privacy and anonymity more and more.
How long will it be before your company requires you to be injected with an RFID chip for “security” purposes? How long before your children are implanted to be monitored? How long before your FRNs (also known as cash) are tagged with RFID chips?
So much for anonymity.
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. (Revelation 13:16-17)
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I have always wanted to have my big brother around everywhere I went. I want one of those RFID things.
having participated in process, I can tell you that the the covers already have rf blocking material included. just shut the thing and it can’t be read. you should probably also read up on BAC.
yes there are some problems, but as far as I could tell they were due to the need to get something out instead of spending years hashing out the details rather than any malicious intent.
basically it is an easily read but difficult to forge travel document. I’m all for cryptographically signed travel documents.